Boxing: Yordenis Ugs suffered an orbital bone fracture in his loss to Errol Spence Jr.

Errol Spence Jr.victory over Jordenis Augs Explain that Cuban is one step below boxingElite, but it also left the islander with a fracture of an orbital bone, and it is not known how long he will remain outside the ring.

Cuban revealed that he fractured his orbital bone during Saturday night’s loss to the multi-time champion at 147 lbs. AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Much has been said about potential problems in the right eye of the current owner of three of the four welterweight belts, but it was the West Indies who needed the doctor’s care, who decided to end the fight in the 10th round, and ordered Spence’s victory Technical Knockout.

Ugs apologized to his fans

“First of all, I wanted to apologize for not coming to thank everyone who was personally supportive of me after the fights, I have a broken eye and in the next few days the doctors will say how they will treat me,” Augs wrote. his social networks. “Last night I spent every morning in the hospital writing these words with one eye and the other still closed.”

As the fight began, Ojas’ right eye began to swell dangerously, and after an initial consultation with the doctor, decided he could continue his fight against Spence, who had already turned the engagement around in the seventh round. one sided relationship.

However, the doctor decided during the tenth round that Ojas could not see out of his right eye and advised the referee immediately to stop the fight to delirium of nearly 40 thousand likes Whoever attended to watch the local idol wins.

Ugs are grateful for this opportunity

“But it is very important for me to write it to you guys,” Ojas continued. “I want to thank and thank my family, my team and all the people who have supported me. I would like to congratulate Errol Spence Jr., a great hero…and to share the ring with him.” It was an honor, it came like [he usually does]always strong, and in the last rounds it hit my eyes and everything became more difficult… The best player at the top in the ring won.